Articles By
Juan Batalla
DLSU IPO, in the works
Straight News // April 27, 2014

The Board of Trustees (BOT) has declared that the University will be going public – interested parties, organizations and individuals will soon be able to have a direct stake in the University as its very first shareholders.

Standing ground
Opinion //

One of my former professors shared the other week that as grading period approached, a father had called him requesting his son’s grade to be changed by a margin of 17 points to make it to the 60 percent passing mark. The professor – who I know had high academic standards, being a magna cum…

Back by Popular Demand: Enraged social media groups demand return of Zaide & Animo stalls
April 19, 2013

In a surprising turn of events, the Associate Vice Chancellor for Campus Services (AVCCS) has clarified the results of this year’s bidding for the independent concessionaires to be selected for operation within the canteen spaces at St. La Salle Hall, Br. Bloemen Hall, the Enrique Razon Sports Complex and the 6th floor of Br. Andrew…

University introduces HOLEST to adjust student skills

In light of the changing face of tertiary level education, the Great Works may undergo some crucial revamps and be modified in its instruction during the coming 1st Term, Academic Year 2013-2014. The proposed course is “Holistic Education and Special Topics” (HOLEST), which takes up not only great works but according to a student’s college…

DLSU receives level V PAASCU accreditation

Following the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU) accreditation last February 18-19 and 27-28, PAASCU has resolved to give DLSU a level V accreditation – the newest level an institution of higher learning could receive. PAASCU is a member of the Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines (FAAP), and educational institutions…